It’s bucket list time! I’ve made it onto a Podcast that I actually listen to! Thomas Anonymous is a fantastic memoir of a gay man embracing his true self in a world of stringent homophobia and toxic masculinity! Hosted by my friend and wonderful person, Tommy Natoli, Thomas Anonymous is a hilarious and sometimes poignant perspective on sex, growing up, gender roles, the weirdly queer moments of our lives!
And I’m on this week’s episode! It’s called Weirdly Queer and it is not safe for work! Tommy discuss every virginity I’ve lost, bisexual icons, Jeffrey Dahlmer, and the joys of giving and receiving cunnilingus. We actually split it up into two parts so subscribe and listen to the other chapters while you’re waiting to hear me say “like” a thousand more times.
Thomas Anonymous on Podbean, Apple, and Stitcher!
There’s a new story on the writing page!
Well, not quite a new story. It’s a parody, defined by the sorcerers at Wikipedia as a work created to imitate, make fun of, or comment on an original work. The original work, The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, follows a newly hatched caterpillar filled with a powerful hunger. He consumes various foodstuffs until he gains the bulk necessary to become a beautiful butterfly. It’s a classic, beloved by millions.
My version is just like that except the caterpillar craves… something else.
Best of all, The Very Horny Caterpillar is a collaborative work. My best friend and roommate, Joaquin Martinez provided the illustrations. They make what began as a silly, slightly stoned conversation among friends into an actual work of art.
I’m so happy to share The Very Horny Caterpillar with you!
Head over to Writing to read the story in full!
In 2009, I wrote a short story about an awkward conversation on a subway. I submitted it to a small scholarship contest, placed fourth and won $200 and a trip to a Writers’ Conference in Oregon. It was the first money I ever made with my writing.
Preparation in Pockets is the adult version of that story. In 2009, it was only a thousand words: the maximum allowed in the contest. I’ve added about 600 words, given our protagonist more of a backbone, and ended on a note of… not hope, but determination. I value determination more than hope. Hope allows for an attempt but determination gets things done.
Other News: I’ll be performing in Laugh Riot Grrrl Fest, June 4-11, at The Tao Comedy Studio in LA! I hope to see you there!
Denver Folks! Look for my work in the upcoming issue of Fanny & Flo’s Femme Gazette at the Denver Zine Library!
Thanks and enjoy the story!
Hello! Welcome to KateRCanter.com! Here you’ll find the writing and work of, you guessed it, Kate R Canter: Writer, Comedian and Human Person!
You all can read the header, so you know where to find samples of my writing and comedy, as well as my social media. This page will be devoted to news and random musings so here we go:
I will be performing standup on April 18th at Flapper’s Comedy Club in Burbank! Buy tickets here!
First posts are hard, and they make me anxious! Of course, anxiety is the permanent undercurrent of my life, so I should be fine with this. I’ve wanted my own website for a while, so people can read my work, publish my work or hire me to do more work! I love work! I love writing! Why does writing about work make me nervous?
Questions for my therapist.
It’s probably because this is an introduction. Meeting new people is hard, even through screens. I’d love to jump into the middle of my career without having to introduce myself. Can’t we just instinctively know people? Is that an option?
The internet counts as a therapist, right?
Anyway, this is my website! Click on the other pages. Watch a video or read a story! If you like what you see, toss me an email or comment! I’ll see you all real soon!